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Listening Problems and Mental Health: Can Auditory Processing Problems Cause Depression?

What is Auditory processing disorder?   Auditory processing disorder (APD), sometimes referred to as... Read More

Hearing in Background Noise: Evaluation Performance with Speech In Noise Testing

Perhaps the largest area of difficulty for individuals with hearing loss is understanding speech... Read More

Five Things Your Audiologist Should Tell You (But Probably Doesn’t)

Whether you are a regular at the audiologists office, or it’s your very first... Read More

Auditory Processing: How Does It Really Work? Part 2

A Multisystem Approach   Over time, many professionals have realized that both the bottom... Read More

Auditory Processing: How Does It Really Work?

In a recent posting at Hearing Health & Technology Matters, Kathi Mestayer presents a... Read More

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The Patient is the North Star: The Importance of a Level Playing Field

Last week’s post described people with hearing loss who compensate by dominating conversation. Today’s... Read More